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Holts Car Headlight restoration kit, £9.74  with code @ Euro Car Parts
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Holts Car Headlight restoration kit, £9.74 with code @ Euro Car Parts

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Posted 24th Apr 2019

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Use the code SPRING55 to make it £9.74 delivered or you can collect for free from store too.

Good product that usually details for around the £15 mark at most places.

Description
The Holts Headlight Restorer Kit has everthing you need to get a perfect Finish.The simple 3 stage kit contains the perfect balance of mechanical sanding and chemical compounds for a professional finish.Simply sand back the oxidised surface, apply the polish and finish with protective sealer for long lasting clarity.

  • Mechanical polishing head, just like the professionals use
  • 75mm drill adapter for rapid professional results
  • Pro grade abrasive papers. 2 x P800, 2 x P1000,2 x P1500 and 2 x P3000
  • Liquid polish with high abrasive content to leave a super smooth finish
  • Specially formulated durable sealer
  • 2 x large professional micro-fibre cloths

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Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better than they where but will get this kit and do them properly. Cheers
The-Shepherd24/04/2019 07:25

Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better …Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better than they where but will get this kit and do them properly. Cheers


Let us know how you get on.
The-Shepherd24/04/2019 07:25

Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better …Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better than they where but will get this kit and do them properly. Cheers



Same here. Better but still not perfect. Might try this too!
kalico1 h, 15 m ago

Let us know how you get on.


Will do
Turnip24/04/2019 08:44

Same here. Better but still not perfect. Might try this too!


Did you seal yours afterwards ?
The-Shepherd14 m ago

Did you seal yours afterwards ?



No, because even though it’s loads better it’s still nothing like the other light which is perfect so planned to do it again anyway. I’m thinking this product might do the job?
The-Shepherd24/04/2019 08:50

Did you seal yours afterwards ?


This is probably the most important part
Or it will just get ten times worse.
Livy8424/04/2019 09:07

This is probably the most important part Or it will just get ten times …This is probably the most important part Or it will just get ten times worse.


Tbh I didn’t with mine, I think I just had an hour to kill and a tube of toothpaste at hand lol. I went and got the car washed afterwards and got it sprayed with wax in the hope that would help. Will go get this kit and do a proper job on them.
The-Shepherd1 h, 21 m ago

Tbh I didn’t with mine, I think I just had an hour to kill and a tube of t …Tbh I didn’t with mine, I think I just had an hour to kill and a tube of toothpaste at hand lol. I went and got the car washed afterwards and got it sprayed with wax in the hope that would help. Will go get this kit and do a proper job on them.


If toothpaste had an effect the UV coating had either already been removed by someone else, or was never there in the first place if lower quality lights. As the coating is far tougher than the plastic underneath go very carefully with a kit that is designed to cut through it.
Non Holts versions are available on eBay for less (which I've used and can recommend).

Heat though, for those who want a "brand" version for a couple of quid more.

(Top tip - protect the sealant from bugs and dust while it dries!! )
Thanks Op, lights in dire need so I'll give it a try. Heat.
G3 scratch remover works fantastic on headlights too.
I used the t-cut headlight restoration kit and wasn't happy. It's sealer is terrible and my headlight fogged back in a very short time. Also it doesn't come with pads and requires lots of work.

I hope this has a better sealer than t-cut
In March it was £10.04
hotukdeals.com/dea…571

The same comments there apply here.
I used this method on some mirca headlights;


I didn't have the exact pads but they came up great and then I put some 303 Aerospace Protectant UV on it.

amazon.co.uk/303…C4/

I'm not completely convinced by the 303 stuff as I think it washes off. Will see how they look after a few months.
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The-Shepherd24/04/2019 07:25

Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better …Literally did mine with the old toothpaste trick yesterday. A lot better than they where but will get this kit and do them properly. Cheers


At least they smell minty, they won't rot either.
deleted7202824/04/2019 19:52

At least they smell minty, they won't rot either.


Lol, the mouthwash in my windscreen fluid usually does that
I bought this last week for £9.44 using code weekend37. It still works.
Used it and removed all the yellow as one light was fogged other is fine. Even after polishing you could see a slight haze from the sanding, but the sealant removes this so now both lights look the same.
Edited by: "bluestreak" 24th Apr 2019
Thanks, OP. Just bought this.
Used this today.

Took the headlight off to give it a good go in the garage. I just had one to do as one was yellow and the other was clear.

The quality was just about good enough, the abrasive discs didn't stick overly well to the velcro. The polishing pad came away from the blue backing.

However the kit did manage to do a fantastic job. It polished it until it was like new. I probably took about 2 hours on one headlight but it looks fantastic. Very happy with the results. I also used the polish and sealer without sanding on the other headlight (just by hand) as it was then shown up by the one is just done.

The polishing pad falling apart might have been due to too much pressure. It was right at the end as I was just finishing up.
These things will work, but they will always fade again after a while (All depends on how good the sealer is). I ended up sanding mine and then clear coating with UPOL Clear #1 last year. They are not perfect as I got some slight crazing on one light, but polished up they are now clear and it's lasting well.
Edited by: "Mikiex" 28th Apr 2019
Mikiex28/04/2019 14:42

These things will work, but they will always fade again after a while (All …These things will work, but they will always fade again after a while (All depends on how good the sealer is). I ended up sanding mine and then clear coating with UPOL Clear #1 last year. They are not perfect as I got some slight crazing on one light, but polished up they are now clear and it's lasting well.


My mate done it for me christmas last,He used a black bottle called zeno grand final, not sure about the name
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